R Madhavan & Aparshakti Khurana Starrer ‘Dhokha: Round D Corner’ Trailer
The trailer of the film ‘Dhokha: Round D Corner’ has been released by T-Series. R Madhavan, Aparshakti Khurana & Khushalii Kumar are in the lead roles.
The trailer for T-Series’ forthcoming thriller “Dhokha Round D Corner,” which stars R Madhavan, Khushalii Kumar, Darshan Kumaar, and Aparshakti Khurana in key parts, has been released.
The movie intends to be a multi-perspective thriller in which we hear various narrators tell the same story from their own unique perspectives.
The trailer opens with Khushalii Kumar’s Sanchi (played by Aparshakti Khurana as a terrorist) pleading with the terrorist to kill her husband Yatharth (R. Madhavan) when he arrives to save her and deliver the ransom demanded by the terrorist.
Then, a flashback to Yatharth and Sanchi’s courtship and marriage is seen. The terrorist traps Sanchi inside the home as further events play out, and Yatharth and the police make an effort to save her.
However, despite the fact that Sanchi and Yatharth don’t look like the ideal couple, a number of circumstances are in play.
Although it appears that she has a mental illness in one case, it’s possible that Yatharth has been drugging his wife the entire time.
What transpires when all these viewpoints collide? It asks the audience this question in front of them.
Aparshakti Khurana posted an Instagram story & wrote, “Aakhir kis par karein vishwas? Yahaan toh har chehre par hai jhooth ka naqaab.”
INOX also tweeted with a similar caption:
Aakhir kis par karein vishwas? Yahaan toh har chehre par hai jhooth ka naqaab. 🎭#SachKyaHai ?#DhokhaRoundDCorner Trailer Out Nowhttps://t.co/V3yrmCUXUK— INOX Leisure Ltd. (@INOXMovies) September 10, 2022
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Consequently, the movie’s trailer implies that it will be a suspenseful thriller. The Kookie Gulati-directed movie will hit theaters on September 23rd, competing at the box office with Sunny Deol’s “Chup – Revenge of the Artist.”